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BBC Countryfile Magazine
Explore the British countryside and delve into the big rural issues with the team at BBC Countryfile Magazine. Follow us on walks into beautiful places and meet fascinating people. Please subscribe! To find out more about the British countryside, visit www.countryfile.comSubscribe to the print version of BBC Countryfile Magazine at
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Ratings & Reviews
4.3 stars from 61 ratings
Old lady millennial
I love listening to the walks and feel like I am there with you. Move over #catlady & #plantlady make way for #plodlady
Coral🌱 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 02/19/20
Sploshcast
I've just listened to your Thames source quest. It was so gently entertaining (and the sound was great). What really made me smile was the almost child-like delight in nature that it conveyed: pondering over the speed of a lone Pooh stick; wondering at the identity of a withered leaf; poking...Read full review »
Seagreene100 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 02/15/20
Brilliant plodcast
This is a thoroughly charming, witty and engaging podcast covering a surprisingly wide range of topics. If you love the countryside, wildlife and gentle humour I thoroughly recommend it.
fatcatty1 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 09/13/19
Recent Episodes
An utterly delightful adventure with truffle hunter Tom Lywood and his dog Tobacco as they track down truffles in a woodland in south-west England. Learn about the ancient art of hunting these rare and much-prized treasures and why they are so special. And be envious of host Annabel Ross as she...
Published 02/25/20
After last episode's adventure finding the official source of the River Thames near Cirencester, the team head north deeper into the Cotswolds in search of the beginnings of the River Churn, which some people believe is the true source of England's greatest river. But there's a further surprise...
Published 02/18/20
The River Thames is Britain's most famous river but how many people have actually journeyed to its source? Fergus Collins braves floods and marshes to head upstream into the Cotswolds and track down the very beginnings of what Churchill described as the "golden thread running through our...
Published 02/11/20
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